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Chinese Media Watch

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Chinatown with No China

Asian Fortune, News Feature, Lauren Orlina, Apr 02, 2007

Washington, D.C.'s Friendship Archway is the largest gateway in the world to what may be the smallest Chinatown in the United States.

Hillary Clinton Apologizes to Asian American Press After Media Blunder

New America Media, News Report, Eugenia Chien, Mar 27, 2007

After several Chinese American reporters were turned away at a February fundraiser, Sen. Hillary Clinton held a special meeting with Asian American media.

Family Questions Army on Daughter's Suicide

World Journal, News Report, By Mao-Fen Yu, Translated by Eugenia Chien, Mar 22, 2007

A young Chinese American woman apparently hung herself in the bathroom of her barracks less than two weeks into her Army training.

Study says: Ethnic Media Booms

UpFront Radio, Audio, Interview by Sandip Roy, Mar 17, 2007

According to a new study by the Pew Research Center ethnic media is the only major news media which continues to grow. Upfront host Sandip Roy talks to Dante Chinni of the Project for Excellence in Journalism which works with the Pew Center and Alberto Vourvoulias-Bush, Executive Editor of El Diario La Prensa newspaper.

Taiwanese-Americans Remember Massacre

New America Media, News Feature, Eugenia Chien, Feb 28, 2007

Sixty years ago today, a brutal crackdown by the Chinese Nationalist government led to the massacre of as many as 30,000 people in Taiwan. Taiwanese-Americans hope to bring the incident to the worlds attention.

Chinese Media Denied Access to Clinton Fundraiser

New America Media, News Report, Eugenia Chien, Feb 27, 2007

A spokesperson from Sen. Hillary Clintons campaign apologized to the Chinese-language media after some reporters were denied access to a press briefing in San Francisco.

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Does San Francisco Care About its Mayor's Morals?

World Journal, Editorial, Translated by Eugenia Chien, Feb 16, 2007

Looking at the nonchalant attitude of a majority of San Franciscans to Mayor Gavin Newsom's affair, an editorial in the Chinese media wonders if the city is just forgiving or has lost its sense of integrity.

Chinese Media Debate Missile Test

New America Media, News Digest, Eugenia Chien, Jan 23, 2007

China's first successful test of anti-satellite weapon has touched a nerve in the international community, but some Chinese media say that this is an overreaction.

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Shaolin Monk Suicide Shocks New York Chinese Community

Sing Tao Daily, News Digest, Joe Xia and Crystal Feng, Translation by Eugenia Chien, Dec 01, 2006

The suicide of a Shaolin temple monk has shocked the Chinese community in New York, who are now questioning the treatment of monks by their temples.

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Election Heats Up in Heavily Chinese San Francisco District

New America Media, News Analysis, Eugenia Chien, Nov 06, 2006

The Chinese media has been closely watching the district election in San Francisco that could determine whether the large Chinese community will have a Chinese American on the citys Board of Supervisors. Asians make up a third of San Francisco's population.

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